Llanrwst Tourist Information

Llanrwst is a delightful historic market town less than 2 miles from the north eastern border of Snowdonia National Park. Famous local historic attraction is Gwydir Castle dating from the 15th century and the town contains interesting 19th century Almshouses. A tour of Gwydir Castle is not to be missed. Set within 10 acres, this fortified manor house come castle is today a top spot for weddings, celebrations and receptions.

Browse places to stay in Llanrwst near the famous humpback bridge over the River Conwy.

Browse places to stay in Llanrwst near the famous humpback bridge over the River Conwy.

Visit the Almshouse Museum on Tan Yr Eglwys housed within the 19th century building and featuring fascinating displays on local history and the history of the Almshouse. The River Conwy runs right through pretty Llanrwst under a famous humpback bridge and you’ll find a good choice of quality inns serving fine food and ales here alongside quirky specialist shops and restaurants. Llanrwst makes the the perfect base from which to tour Snowdonia, situated within a 20 minute drive of Conwy Castle, Betws y Coed and Mount Snowdon. Find your perfect Llanrwst cottage or B&B online now and book.

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.